About Ed Kless

Ed Kless is the senior director of partner development and strategy for Sage North America. He is a frequent contributor to industry publications, including the Journal of Accountancy and Harvard Business Review, and has spoken at many conferences worldwide on project management, pricing, and knowledge workers. A senior fellow at the VeraSage Institute, he lives north of Dallas with his wife and two children and ran for Texas State Senate in 2010 and 2012.

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Ed Kless shares his theory of project management and explains why he distinguishes knowledge-based project management from other types. Other topics covered in this episode include the project management theory of duration and effort, managing capacity, and a favorite Businessology Show topic, value pricing. Also, how does scope seep lead to scope creep and what is the difference? Listen for these topics and more. Share your thoughts in the comments!

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